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DakAkkers on Twitter: "The explaining of rooftopfarming, making beehotels and seedbombs of #rooftopfarm seeds ... harvesting edible flowers in our eductionprogram https://t.co/7DeLFKlUt0"

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“The explaining of rooftopfarming, making beehotels and seedbombs of seeds . harvesting edible flowers in our eductionprogram”

Hugelkultur are no-dig raised beds with a difference. They hold moisture, build fertility, maximise surface volume and are great spaces for ...

hugel bed -an alternative to straw beds and a way to get rid of my prunings - needs more investigation

Is blue the new green? Or are we just blending our colours for the sake of it

Launched in the number one UK green roof website providing information and resources on green roofs, green walls and green infrastructure

Linz - green roof- green infrastructure

Graz is the latest European city to provide funding to implement green infrastructure such as green roofs, green walls and communal gardens.

Blue infrastructure is green infrastructure

Blue infrastructure should be wrapped up under the banner of green infrastructure - not separated.

The first UK green roof market report has been published. The report outlines the value of the market and where the industry is currently focused,

The first UK green roof market report has been published. The report outlines the value of the market and where the industry is currently focused,

green living room - TUras

Green walls can provide resilience in cities. The TURAS projects green living room is a good example of how vegetation can help cities.

Farming on green roofs London

Over the last few months a number of interesting urban farming projects, from Paris to San Francisco, show there is an appetite for growing on roofs.

Original Brown roof - Laban Dance Centre London

The Code of Practice for Green Roofs and GRO, the Green Roof Organisation

Love this! Wildlife bridges are special crossings that help animals get across highways safely. Lush foliage, soil and streams lure bears, deer, moose, and other wildlife over or under busy roadways. The crossings aren't just for protection. They also help connect habitats that are broken up by roads.

Crossing Over: Modular Green Wildlife Bridge Concept

ARC: International Wildlife Crossing Infrastructure Design Competition Finalists: The Olin Studio with Explorations Architecture (Paris), Buro Haphold (London), and Applied Ecological Services. Always loved this wildlife bridge.

Green roof barn providing wildlife habitat in Essex UK

This latest video shows a green roof barn in Essex that has been constructed sustainably and also provides habitat for biodiversity locally.

Eversheds Ltd London - staff food growing area.

Urban Rooftop food – Intensive green roofs and farms

repurpose window gate ... any broken panes could be used as 'bark holes' for the larger dog

Garden gate - use an old window with glass removed, and hinge onto a post. Pete's Used Furniture has windows. Old 56 Salvage does too - great idea by Gardening in a Minute!

Visitors and locals will be encouraged to take the potted plants home. Local horticulturalist Jin Ahn of Conservatory Archives, who selected the greenery for the project, and her team will be on hand to tell visitors about the plants and to help them select varieties to take home. People can also drop off plants they no longer want, to create another aspect of community exchange.

Calming forest oases pop up in the busy streets of London

Visitors and locals will be encouraged to take the potted plants home.

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